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  1. The Llewellyn Baronetcy, of Bwllfa, Aberdare, in the County of Glamorgan, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 31 January 1922 for David Llewellyn, a Welsh industrialist. He was notably Chairman of Welsh Associated Collieries. His first son, the second baronet, was High Sheriff of Glamorgan in 1950.

  2. 17 de nov. de 1999 · HARRY LLEWELLYN'S greatest moment during a distinguished equestrian career occurred in Helsinki during the summer of 1952, when he and the legendary Foxhunter jumped the clear round which was to ...

  3. Harry Llewellyn is within the scope of WikiProject Olympics. For more information, visit the project page , where you can join the project and/or contribute to the discussion . Olympics Wikipedia:WikiProject Olympics Template:WikiProject Olympics Olympics articles

  4. Phil Cash. Gerry Freeman. Megan Davies. Paul Willetts. The Applejacks were an English beat group of the 1960s. They were the first "Brumbeat" group (that is, from the West Midlands conurbation - Birmingham area) to reach the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, and were unusual for having a female bass guitarist, Megan Davies.

  5. On 15 September 1923, Sir Humphrey married, secondly, Dorothy Cecil Cleeves Llewellyn (1892-1971), daughter of John Charles Llewellyn. Sir Humphrey died on 2 May 1948 at age 76, without issue, and was succeeded in the baronetcy by his younger brother, Harry Llewellyn Mackworth. References

  6. p6984.htm#i69838. subject named as. Sir Henry Morton Llewellyn, 3rd Bt. 1 reference. WikiTree person ID. Llewellyn-558. subject named as. Harry Morton Llewellyn 3rd Bt. (18 Jul 1911 - certain 15 Nov 1999) 0 references.

  7. Harry Llewellyn. Pencampwr marchogaeth Prydeinig oedd Syr Harry Morton Llewellyn, 3ydd Barwnet, CBE ( 18 Gorffennaf 1911 – 15 Tachwedd 1999 ). Cafodd ei eni yn Aberdâr, de Cymru, yn fab i berchennog pwll glo, Syr David Llewellyn, Barwnet 1af .